The NBA Playoffs are here, and I'm sure there are more than few fans out there who'd feel a lot better about their title odds if the tournament were a series of NBA Jam-style matches instead of full-team showdowns.
With this in mind, I drafted and ranked the best two-on-two squad for each of the 16 playoff franchises—because that's a fun thing to do and I'm already getting all scratchy from a lack of basketball as we wait for Saturday's playoff games.
May the most unfair and glitchy team win!
Don't sleep on Millsap's balance.
Undersized, but features Playoff Dwyane Wade who can shoot the three.
Prettay, prettay good.
A sneaky good Paul George and a capable Myles Turner.
Not the strongest pairing, but certainly one of the quicker and more well-groomed.
Oklahoma City Thunder
A downpour of strength and missed three-pointers.
Portland Trail Blazers
The new world order in Portland.
San Antonio Spurs
You could also make an argument for Dewayne Dedmon in here instead of Aldridge, but this is a video game not a basketball nerd utopia.
Another undersized but ridiculously fast squad that would run you down and put you to sleep if John Wall gets hot.
Run and run some more and then keep running.
Isaiah Thomas will get all the buckets and Horford will clean glass as much as his body is capable.
Los Angeles Clippers
A pretty damn good NBA Jam team if we're being honest.
A tough matchup with two guys who can bury the triple.